Published at Thursday, March 29th 2018, 21:17:49 PM by Kamille Leroy. Kitchen Backsplashes. Clad from counter to ceiling with durable chocolate-brown porcelain tiles, this kitchen backsplash harmonizes with the creamy-hue onyx and oak-veneer cabinetry. To impart the look of natural stone, the backsplash was edged with dark-gray grout.
Published at Tuesday, June 12th 2018, 20:29:23 PM. Kitchen By Renata Gallo. There’s also such a thing as a G-shaped kitchen. It’s actually a different version of the U-shaped layout, one which features a peninsula attached to one side of the U. The peninsula partially encloses the kitchen so it’s important to make sure it’s not too long so you can easily get in and out. There’s absolutely no way you can add an island to this kitchen since you’d have to room to move around it and it would make everything very difficult and awkward.
Published at Tuesday, June 12th 2018, 20:29:20 PM. Kitchen By Bernyce Vincent. One way of ensuring a smooth transition between functions on an open plan is to use the same color in the decor of adjacent spaces. It can be the primary color in one area and the accent color in the other.
Published at Monday, June 11th 2018, 21:11:49 PM. Kitchen By Elenora Costa. Consider a light and fresh tone of green for the kitchen cabinets if the room is small or closed off in some way. This can help to make it seem more open and more spacious. White could be the base color used on the walls and ceiling and you can add neutrals on other elements.
Published at Monday, June 11th 2018, 21:11:40 PM. Kitchen By Renata Gallo. Use green in combination with warm woods for a look inspired directly from nature. For instance, the fronts of the cabinets can be green while the rest of their bodies has a wooden finish, just like you see in this stylish and welcoming kitchen.
Published at Sunday, June 10th 2018, 20:52:25 PM. Kitchen By Lucia Marino. Although from certain points of view it can be easier to just make all the furniture in the kitchen in the same color or with the same finish, aesthetically speaking it’s more refreshing and eye-pleasing to mix and match two or more options. For instance, this kitchen has white cabinetry but the island is green and that’s pretty cool.
Published at Sunday, June 10th 2018, 20:52:19 PM. Faucets By Kamille Leroy. Are you really stretched for space in your chosen kitchenette corner? Why not put everything you need inside one cabinet? You can give an old cabinet a makeover or have someone build it for you, but at the end of the day, you’ll appreciate the ability to closet it all up.
Published at Saturday, June 09th 2018, 22:25:37 PM. Kitchen By Bettine Roux Roux. It’s also important to find the right shade of green, the one which goes best with the style that you have in mind. Bright and bold colors usually go well with more modern or contemporary decors while muted and more neutral nuances are better-suited for traditional or retro decors.